AGL Machine Control Systems allows the user to obtain better jobsite control by using a plane of laser light to ensure the proper elevation of their equipment. For the customer involved in construction or agricultural projects such as site preparation, dam construction, and excavation projects. With rotating lasers plus a detector system mounted on equipment to constantly receive the laser reference plane. The EZ-Grades 8 capture height, 360° reception, and 7-channel super-bright display with on-boad batteries provide the operator with the information needed to keep the job ON-GRADE!
The EZ-Grade 360 is a versatile, construction-tough laser receiver
that can be mounted on dozers, motor graders, motorized scrapers,
skid-steer loaders, backhoes and excavators. The built-in super bright
display and battery pack make the EZ-Grade 360 ideally suited for
visual machine control applications.
The integral molded rubber housing components provide maximum protection from
shock, water, and dust. All of the controls and plugs are recessed for protection. The
EZ-Grade 360 is the choice of the professional contractor.
Batteries 4 D cell
..Alkaline (40 hrs)
....NiCad (20 hrs);
12/24V DC power cord
.Visible or infrared
. Shock resistant
...1 (2.54cm) to 2 (5.08cm) O.D.
..12 x 6-1/4 x 8-1/2 (30.5 x 15.8 x 21.6 cm)
7 lbs. (3.2kg)
Display & Automatic Control
If you need an in-cab display or automatic system,
there are three options to choose from, starting with
the simple 322 manual display with three lights. Or
you can contact your authorized AGL Machine
Control Dealer and upgrade to automatic control using
the 312 system with one-button operation or the 304
Automatic Survey system. This system also offers the
capability to be connected to a laptop or data collector
for survey points.
The EZ-Grades 8 capture height, 360° reception, and 7-channel super-bright display
provide the operator with the information needed to get the job ON-GRADE!
Machine control receivers work with rotating lasers. The laser provides a reference plane of laser light over the jobsite. The receiver is mounted above the machine's cutting edge on grading equipment or on the dipper arm of excavation equipment. The receiver is initially set on-grade to a known desired elevation or benchmark. As the machine is used and the blade or bucket is moved, the operator is given a visual indication of which direction to move the blade or bucket to get to on-grade, effectively checking grade from the cab